Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Roasted rice and jaggery snack


1 cup samba rice
1/2 cup jaggery
2 tbsp water to melt the jaggery
1/2 cup coconut grated
1/4 tsp cardamom powder optional

Roast the samba or any parboiled rice until golden colour. When the rice has cooled, grind it till fine. Melt the jaggery with water on low flame, don't use too much water. Add the coconut then the roasted ground rice and quickly make balls, while the mixture is still warm.

If the mixture is too hot use a wooden spoon to mix and dip hands in cold water each time before making balls. This snack also known as poriblanga is well loved by children and adults.

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28 comments:

  1. roasted rice and jaggery sounds different.... quick and simple snack...luks delicious.. thnx 4 sharing

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  2. very interesting sancks,luks delicious...

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  3. I don't think I've had anything like this before. Looks good though!

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  5. Wow... really a different one....

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  6. That's something completely new t ome....sounds great and very tempting.

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  7. thats a new thing to me....will surely try sometime....a healthy one...

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  8. woww!! i love this snack and can eat countless :)

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  10. jaggery and coconut, a wonderful pair ! looks simple and easy ..

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  11. looks nice and healthy. By the way what is samba rice?

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  12. that a unique combo...rice and jaggery..im sure it tasted awesome

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  13. That looks so yummy, thank you for sending it to the event.

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  14. sounds interesting ...looks sooo delicious n healthy too

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  15. Wow, very different. I bet it tastes great, thanks for the inspiration to try something completely new!

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  16. This is such an interesting combination,I am seeing it for the first time.Will have to try it for sure

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  17. I do love anything with rice. Interesting combination - would love to try the flavors. Many thanks for the visit.

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  18. I don't even know what jaggery is?! This looks so cool.

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  19. delicious and yummy recipe, great

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  20. What an quick and simple dessert, will try this soon dear:)

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    Cheers,
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  22. I'm not too familiar with these ingredients but the end result definitely looks tasty!

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  23. Looks great - perfect for summer!! I like bean sprouts and LOVE coconut. ~Alison

    PS- I have a recipe swap on my blog that you may be interested in. This recipe would be perfect! --> http://prairiestory.blogspot.com/

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  24. I'm working on paying off my fasting from last ramadhan. I'm bad!!!

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  25. A perfect childhood delight. Thanks for sending.
    Foodelicious

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